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Map​Tool Syntax

by wwmoraes ST3 New

Syntax highlighting for RPTools' MapTool macros in Sublime Text.

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  • Total 6
  • Win 5
  • OS X 1
  • Linux 0
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Sublime-MapTool-Syntax

Syntax highlighting for RPTools' MapTool macros in Sublime Text.

MapTool Bundle

Features

  • Syntax Highlight

Does recognize pretty much everything inside the macro tags, with in-place HTML highlighting as well.

How to install through Sublime Text

You can easily install through the Command Palette:

  • Open the Command Palette… (CTRL+SHIFT+P on Windows/Linux or ⌘⇧P on Mac)
  • Type in Package Control: Install Package and hit Enter (just install package will do too)

install package on Command Palette * Type in MapTool Syntax and hit Enter

MapTool Syntax Package * Profit!

or grab your copy and install manually

Open the Command Palette, type in Browse Packages and paste the MapTool.sublime-syntax file there. Sublime Text will automatically load it. You can test it by:

  • opening an .rpmacro file;
  • changing the file type through the status bar;
  • changing the syntax through the Command Palette with the Set Syntax: MapTool Macro command.

To-Do's

  • Add the new functions (from 1.4 release)
  • Add javascript highlighting (for MapTool 1.4+)
  • Expand the repository to have commands and other goodies

Happy macro’ing!